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Rail Atlas of Italy and Slovenia.

Your guidepost for the italian rail network.

192 pages, Format 23,5 x 27,5 cm, hardcover, all rail maps in color, scale 1:300,000, detailed maps scale 1:100,000 or 1:50,000, station index.

€ 40,00

ISBN 978-3-89494-129-1

Italy - a popular tourist destination, but also a fascinating railway land. In addition to the RFI network managed by the state railway network, the various private railways generate interest - from the extensive network of Ferrovie Nord Milano to narrow in Calabria, Puglia, Sicily and Sardinia.
In recent years, Italy has its high-speed and high power lines systematically expanded. For 2008, the timetable change-speed Milan - Bologna went into operation, from 2009, a timetable change continuous north-south route from Turin to Milan - Bologna - Florence - Naples to Salerno is available.
Even the urban transport anywhere in Italy experienced its renaissance. In Milan, the "Passante", an underground city crossing similar to the S-Bahn Munich trunk line, completed in the Naples region for a long disused narrow gauge their resurrection as witnessed Metro, Perugia has set a cable-operated mini metro new accents, Bergamo city is building rail lines into the suburbs on routes former private railways - just a few examples among many.
Italy is located on the corridor Rotterdam - Genoa, Berlin - Palermo and Lyon - Budapest. Numerous expansion projects come here, not least, benefit the freight. In the course of the almost complete reconstruction of the axis of Genoa - Ventimiglia, the doubling of Verona - Bologna during the burner axis (in the summer of 2009 are completed), the upgrading of the Adriatic coast line Bologna - Bari (continuous duality, in parts realignment), the expansion of cross-connection Naples - Foggia, the expansion of mainline Messina, Sicily - Palermo and much more. Numerous freight villages and intermodal terminals have been expanded in recent years, or newly built, others are being planned or under construction - in cartography course covered.
Together with Italy, the Slovenian rail network in the new atlas will be presented - a useful addition to completing the maps of European railways between Flensburg and Palermo.

  • editorial deadline december 2009
  • existing network and abandoned lines
  • national networks (RFI, ŠZ), regional lines, metro- and tram networks, cableways
  • 119 pages with maps 1:300,000
  • 37 pages with enlargements 1:50,000 or 1:100,000, amongst others: Torino, Novara, Milano, Brescia, Padova, Venezia, Trieste, Koper, Ljubljana, Genova, La Spezia, Bologna, Pisa, Livorno, Firenze, Roma, Napoli, Bari, Reggio C./Messina, Catania, Palermo
  • presentation of number of tracks, electric systems, gauge, freight lines, sidings
  • detailed informations to each map in a text-column
  • specials maps about line categories (axle load limit) and intermodal freight codes
  • workshops, motive power depots, intermodal terminals, terminals „rolling highway“ and „motorail“, marshalling yards, seaports
  • timetable numbers
  • index of locations (around 7000 stations, stops, junctions, cross-overs, service stations and more)
  • adresses of railway companies
  • key in german, italian, french and english

Downscaled example of map 1:300,000

Cutout of map Bari 1:100,000

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